showing signs of care or worry; fatigued by trouble or anxiety; haggard:
a careworn old woman.
His countenance was careworn; and when he commenced his exordium, his voice was slightly cracked and tremulous.
Patrick Henry Moses Coit Tyler
His clothes were travel stained, and he appeared haggard and careworn.
Continental Monthly, Vol. III, No IV, April 1863 Various
It was thin, however, and careworn, and wore an expression that seemed to be the result of long-continued suffering.
The World of Ice R.M. Ballantyne
His face was thin and careworn, and his eyes had an uncertain, restless look in them.
Dave Porter At Bear Camp Edward Stratemeyer
Soon a face appeared upon the plate; the keen, but careworn face of Virgil Samms!
Triplanetary Edward Elmer Smith
All could not help but notice that he looked a trifle pale and careworn.
The Rover Boys in the Air Edward Stratemeyer
Stephen had looked haggard and careworn from the first, but as weeks passed on he seemed to get worse.
Archie’s Mistake G. E. Wyatt
From her deck disembarked a hundred and one careworn exiles.
How to Succeed Orison Swett Marden
It is all quite right in after-years to be careworn and sad.
The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. IX., March, 1862., No. LIII. Various
His father seemed older, much older; tired, careworn, worried.
On the Stairs Henry B. Fuller
showing signs of care, stress, worry, etc
1828, from care (n.) + worn.
a state of mind in which one is troubled; worry, anxiety, or concern: He was never free from care. a cause or object of worry, anxiety, concern, etc.: Their son has always been a great care to them. serious attention; solicitude; heed; caution: She devotes great care to her work. protection; charge: He is under […]
(of a vehicle) to lean, sway, or tip to one side while in motion: The car careened around the corner. (of a ship) to heel over or list. career (def 7). South Midland U.S. to lean or bend away from the vertical position: The barn was careening a little. to cause (a ship) to lie […]
an occupation or profession, especially one requiring special training, followed as one’s lifework: He sought a career as a lawyer. a person’s progress or general course of action through life or through a phase of life, as in some profession or undertaking: His career as a soldier ended with the armistice. success in a profession, […]
- Career coach
noun a person who guides another in planning and managing their career, especially managers and executives